Enemy at the Gates Book Reviews

Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills

Enemy at the Gates by Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills Book Summary

Mitch Rapp, the CIA’s top operative, searches for a high-level mole with the power to rewrite the world order in this riveting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Vince Flynn, written by Kyle Mills.

Mitch Rapp has worked for a number of presidents over his career, but Anthony Cook is unlike any he’s encountered before. Cunning and autocratic, he feels no loyalty to America’s institutions and is distrustful of the influence Rapp and CIA director Irene Kennedy have in Washington.

When Kennedy discovers evidence of a mole scouring the Agency’s database for sensitive information on Nicholas Ward, the world’s first trillionaire, she assigns Rapp the task of protecting him. In doing so, he finds himself walking an impossible tightrope: Keep the man alive, but also use him as bait to uncover a traitor who has seemingly unlimited access to government secrets.

As the attacks on Ward become increasingly dire, Rapp and Kennedy are dragged into a world where the lines between governments, multinational corporations, and the hyper-wealthy fade. An environment in which liberty, nationality, and loyalty are meaningless. Only the pursuit of power remains.

As “one of the best thriller writers on the planet” (The Real Book Spy), Kyle Mills has created another suspenseful read that not only echoes the America of today, but also offers a glimpse into its possible future.

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Book Name Enemy at the Gates
Genre Mysteries & Thrillers
Language English
E-Book Size 4.89 MB

Enemy at the Gates (Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills) Book Reviews 2023

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Rapp back in action. Good start to a new adventure for Mitch

Ending sucked!. The book was good, one of the best since Vince Flynn died. That is, it was good until the end. It’s hard to explain without spoiling it for everyone. First, the plot twist sucked, big time! Second, it’s like they reached the word limit and said this is it. This is where it ends. Just abrupt! And the editor(s) said this will do. There wasn’t even a cliffhanger or a tease if the plan is to write another book following this story. It’s like a joke without the punch line.

Dissappointed. Great book until the end. Worst ending of any Vince Flynn book

Never fails to Entertain. Apocolyptic yet sophisticated. But slightly more so than in the past.

Welcome Back!. It was good to see the Mitch Rapp and crew I remembered. I do believe our author has settled in.

Outstanding continuation of the Mitch Rapp series. Riveting with great twists and turns; great character development and the excitement and suspense as you turn every page!

Good read and funny. I enjoy all the Mitch Rapp books and found good one had more laughs than usual.

Rapp is gone. Not his best effort

Not worth the buy. Honestly I’m disappointed in the direction that Kyle has brought this series. At this point it’s better if we let the series rest. And I say that with a heavy heart, this is one of my favorite book series. SPOILERS Killing off someone like Mike Nash is absolutely unacceptable and especially the way he did it. Turning him a traitor, turning him against Mitch? Irene? Absolutely not. His character development made him into a true believer in country and he would NEVER turn his back on Mitch or Irene. They’re his closest confidants, meaning more to him than his family at times. END OF SPOILERS This feels like a forced book with no other purpose other than to play on the readers love of the series. It’s time to end this series if this is the direction we’re going. Desecrating characters that were developed so well just for the sake of a plot twist is unacceptable.

A vast improvement…. I do like Kyle Mills, but in the past few books it seemed he was struggling. I get it, he has to make Mitch his own, and Mitch must evolve as the story line progresses, but I have found the past few books… lacking. I felt this particular book… well, we see how far Mitch has come, and Kyle has made the storyline his own.

Loved it!. Great story of a mature, yet shrewd Rapp.

Not believable. The idea that Mike would betray Mitch or Irene is totally out of the character that Vince developed While the action scenes were great this underlying premise begs the suspension of belief. Sorry but that story line is a “FAIL”

WORST BOOK OF THE SERIES. It meanders through Uganda in an unmemorable way. Characters are not well developed, such as Ward. Lots of parts of the book are left dangling. It doesn’t hang together. Best part is the last 50 pages. Even that feels unrewarding and the ending is a real dud. Save your money and hope the next Mitch Rapp book is better, if there Is a next Mitch Rapp book.

Enemy at the Gates. I have been a big fan of Vince Flynn since the first book American Assassin and read every book since. Enemy at the Gates was a great read but the ending was heavy. Please enlighten me as to how long do I have to wait for the next book. Enjoy your Holidays Mr. Mills!

You didn’t finish the story. It was good but I didn’t really like where you left the story at the end You could’ve continued with what happened with with Cook and Irene. It feels like it was not yet finished it was an abrupt end.

Enemy at gate. Awesome

Phenomenal. As with the other books in the Mitch Rapp series, Enemy at the Gates delivers a heart pounding, action packed thriller. This one really makes you think…..

The Story is NOT Complete.. Let me start with the fact that I read the Reviews. And unfortunately there are “SPOILERS” in the reviews. So tread with caution. That being said, the story is not complete. Rap does not “go after” the bad guy, or one of the bad guys. The “change” in one of the main characters in the Mitch Rapp Universe would not have happened if Flynn was still with us. This individual’s character arc to this novel does not have a build up to make any of this believable. We also know some other characters committed some major criminal crimes but we don’t know how any of that is resolved. Probably the most dysfunctional Mitch Rapp novel in the bunch. I’m not looking forward to reading the next one.

All of the twists and turn of a good thriller but with the unexpected end. Highly recommended.. The combination of Uganda and high tech spy stuff is a good mix.

Latest Mitch rapp. Really really disappointed with the storyline around mike Nash. Prior history indicates a strong character and not one that would follow the path in this story. Other paths were more likely and this appears to be weak story writing. Big disappointment.

You can’t be serious. The only thing that would have saved this book would have been Mike Nash taking out the former Governor of the People’s Republic of California and Mitch feeding the President’s wife to his dogs.

Enemy at the Gates. A sobering and chilling forecast of the future. I look forward to the next novel to see how the forecast begins to play out.

A good read but seems rushed. Odd ending for a long time character that seemed really out of place. The plots of each new book in this series seem to be getting sloppier with each book further we get away from Vince. The whole affair seemed rushed, incoherent and not true to the characters he created.

Enemy at the Gates. Disappointing.

Mind Bending Read. What happens when you can’t trust leadership and money means more than patriotism and loyalty? Enemy at the Gates gives a plot twisting example of the consequences. This was a great and quick read - even thought provoking.

Still going strong. The technical detail and story line can’t be beat. Love this character and hoping for more.

Bob. Very disappointed with this book, especially the ending. Mitch and Irene are about accountability to their core. You don't push that issue until your long time friend dies at his own hand but you let the leader of the free world off without mention. This book may just have cured my Mitch Rapp obsession!

Worse book. ThIs drivel was pure trash, everyone who spent on this needs a refund and a check for the time wasted reading it. Pure and utter garbage, made me rethink reading books altogether. The plot twist was nonsense at a minimum, Mike Nash? For a promotion? Either put the work in Kyle or don’t but we the readers and faithful fans deserved better than this!

Frank. Too predictable with an unbelievable plot and lead character. It’s time to retire Mitch

Enemy At The Gates. Kyle Mills. A new president has taken over the White House and POTUS and his wife are a formidable team. They are cunning and feel no loyalty and do not trust Rapp and the CIA director. A mole has surfaced who is causing even more distrust. Unfortunately this person is a close and respected friend of Mitch Rapp’s. Another excellent read in this series!!

Very typical Mitch. The detail and understanding of the spy world is great. I hope the world is fairer than portrayed.

Great book. Great read. Even though some of the twists and turns were obvious - it is what I like in a Mitch Rapp book.

Enemy at the gates.. AWSOME book! Real to life. Could not put it downloading

Enemy at the Gates. Horrible ending on multiple levels. Huge fan. Read every book. It’s like a cheesy movie setting up a sequel. Rapp books, while tied together, can stand alone as their own entity. Horrible choice of terminating a worthy character, and the big questions hanging at the end are shameless. We deserve much better

Enemy at the Gates. An abrupt ending but still a good story. Nice change of place with a different location from the middle-East or Washington DC. Hope to see Nick Ward’s character in future books. He is an interesting character. Looking forward to the next book.

By far the worst book in the Mitch Rapp series.. I thought the plot was poor and not very well developed . I have read every Mitch Rapp book and have enjoyed all of them until this one. It just seems like the character has run its course and needs to be retired. Very poor and not worth the money I spent for it.

Not worth reading. Sorry, but after reading all of the others in this series, this one was a real disappointment. So many open endings. Nash would have never gone out like this. Worst book in the series , and not worth reading. Try again Kyle.

Mitch in character. Thank you Kyle for keeping Mitch and Irene true to their characters. Very interesting geopolitical perspective. Will be pondering it for days. Can’t wait for the next installment to find out how Things turn out with the New Preseident and his wife.

Enemy At The Gates. Loved it! Truly enjoyable adventure/thriller novel.

Very disappointing with a spoiler or two. Disappointed in this book overall. Kyle Mills how could you kill off Mike Nash by making him to be a traitor so he kill’s himself. The real traitors were the new president and his wife. Maybe they will get their comeuppance in the next book. I’ll still read the next issue when it comes out. I though this book was a partial follow up to the previous one that had a madman destroy the electrical grid in the US

Great read. Another great mitch novel

Rapp Magic. The Rapp magic continues. Thank you for carrying the torch and writing this book. You didn’t disappoint. Now… when will you let Rapp make an honest woman out of Claudia? Soon, I hope. Maybe a new baby?

Boring!. I found it to be a bit silly. Maybe not predictable, but the editors should not have approved this. Looking forward to the next Grey Man book!

Missing the action I typically like in a Mitch Rapp series. …was a little too heavy in the semantics of an ever changing geopolitical landscape. Call me a caveman, but I prefer reading about Mitch doing bada$$ things instead.

Enemy at the gates. Great read.

Disappointing. I’ve read all of the Mitch Rapp series of books. This was extremely disappointing. Don’t waste your money. I’m done with them.

Wha?. why does it have a bad ending? What bad ending does it had Stupid people!

Remember Mitch because this series is over. I love this series. Not this book. I would NOT recommend buying this one. This is by far the worst one in the series. Really disappointing. Really bad ending as well. I know (if you are like me) you are thinking I have to keep up with the series and read this. Really just do not bother. I think the Mitch Rapp era is officially done. Sad

Well Done!. Another well thought-out offering from Kyle Mills! Never a dull moment! Thank you!

Idiotic. So you build up the patriot Mike Nash for years and get us to love him, then decide he is a traitor who tries to kill off his best friends and neighbors? Come on. Doesn’t even fly. Horrible.

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The Enemy at the Gates book written by Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills was published on 14 September 2021, Tuesday in the Mysteries & Thrillers category. A total of 3,734 readers of the book gave the book 4.5 points out of 5.

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